Russia: Supplies of domestic meat and poultry to Iran could grow to $4.5 billion

Updated Sep 28, 2023
Iran plans to increase imports of livestock products by 2030; supply volumes could reach $4.5 billion by 2030. Of particular interest are the exports of beef, lamb and poultry. Supplies of livestock products to Iran may increase by 2030, according to experts from the Federal State Budgetary Institution Agroexport. During a business mission of Russian exporters of agricultural products to Iran, representatives of the department reported that they assessed the prospects for export growth to $4.5 billion in the next seven years.
As the department noted, experts see the most prospects in the supply of beef, lamb and poultry meat. Thus, six poultry farms are already undergoing certification for export in this direction. In addition, several questionnaires were submitted by beef and lamb producers, and the department also asked the Iranian government to issue veterinary requirements for the supply of turkey meat. The first batch of chicken meat has already been delivered to Iran, the country's representatives noted. Work is currently underway to ensure the transit of live cattle from Russia to Iraq through Iran. Previously, reported that ...
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